Body odor is caused when sweat is broken down by bacteria living on your skin. Your genetic makeup, being overweight, and stress can influence how you smell. Foods like garlic, cabbage, and meat, alcohol, and certain medications can cause body odor. Medical conditions such as hyperhidrosis and fish odor syndrome may also be responsible.
If you’re troubled by smelly feet, dust your feet with baking soda or use a foot powder made with arrowroot and antimicrobial essential oils to stop the growth of odor-producing bacteria. You can also soak your feet in a foot bath that has Epsom salts, apple cider vinegar, tea tree oil, cinnamon oil, thyme oil, peppermint oil, or black tea. Wiping your feet with diluted lemon oil is also helpful.
You can minimize the odor caused by sulfur compounds in garlic and onions. Soak sliced onion in water, lime juice or vinegar solution for some time before cooking. After eating, chew on carrots, parsley, cardamom, coffee beans or suck a lemon wedge. Drink some green or peppermint tea, apple juice or milk. Use lemon juice, apple cider vinegar or baking soda solution as a mouthwash.
You shower, eat a healthy diet, exercise regularly, change your underwear daily, and yet it has a funny smell downstairs in your vagina. It is embarrassing, unmentionable, and kind of awkward, especially during those hot, steamy moments. And who can forget the looks from your sexual partner and your gynecologist![.....]
While vaginal odor is quite common and normal, excessive odor can imply an imbalance in the vaginal bacterial flora. Consume vitamin C-rich citrus fruits, Indian gooseberry, cranberry juice, turmeric milk, and probiotics like yogurt to maintain vaginal acidity and bring back the bacterial balance. Applying yogurt, baking soda, and tea tree oil vaginal bath can also help fight the harmful microbes.
Problems with your liver and kidney's natural detox cycle, muscles breakup during exercise to provide sugar to body and excess cortisol production can lead to increased ammonia in your blood. Chloramine found in water sources, consuming meat that has ammonia added to kill E. Coli and salmonella and candida overgrowth can lead to ammonia toxicity.
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